Broll Namibia's portfolio grows to N$2.6bn

 Broll Namibia says it is now sitting with a property portfolio of N$2.6 billion, 20 years after its formation.

The group’s portfolio includes Alexander Forbes House/Carl List Mall, Wernhil Shopping Centre, Town Square Building, Old Breweries Complex, Ruhr Street, Independence 77 Retail Section as well as Seagulls Mall in Walvis Bay and Pick ‘n Pay Swakopmund.

The company’s external properties under management include the recently opened Hilltop Village in Windhoek, B1 City and 51 on Lazarett.

Karen Keys, Managing Director at Broll Namibia, attributed the company’s success to its employees.

“Broll Namibia are the caring and passionate people who are proud of who we are and what we stand for. We realise the importance of teamwork and working together interdependently and strive to bring our best versions to work every day.

We thrive on customer satisfaction, delivering new realities and creating positive experiences for everyone that crosses our paths. We motivate a high-performance culture, putting our customers’ assets first and delivering on management strategies that will maximise property potential,” she said.

On the company’s outlook, Keys said “We aim to continue to develop a sustainable, innovative, and inspiring company and unlock further opportunities in our various service offerings which include property management, facility management, occupier services, leasing and broking services, sectional title management and development management. We have spent 20 years to build and entrench our brand in Namibia and will continue to stand out as a professional and innovative property services company in Namibia.”

Broll Namibia is a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group.



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